Aztec Basketball Concludes Regular Season With Pair Of League Games At Home
Feb. 27, 2007
San Diego State Aztecs (12-13, 5-9 MWC)
-When & Where: Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2007, at Cox Arena (12,414), San Diego, Calif., 7 p.m. (PST); Saturday, March 3, 2007, at Cox Arena (12,414), San Diego, Noon (PST).
-Webcast/Live Stats/Live Video: Bill Earley and Tammy Blackburn will have the live video broadcast on SDSU's official website, www.goaztecs.com. Live stats are also available on the web for both outings.
-The Records: The San Diego State women's basketball team ends its 2006-07 regular season this week with a pair of league games at Cox Arena. The Aztecs will look to snap their two-game losing skid by picking up their fourth and fifth straight victories at home when they play host to TCU on Wednesday and New Mexico on Saturday. SDSU dropped the earlier meetings to both opponents, who currently sit in the top half of the league standings and have each earned votes in the national polls at some point this year. Sunday is the final home game for Aztec seniors Desiree Johnson and Erin Jackson.
-SDSU Head Coach Beth Burns: Burns (Ohio Wesleyan, 1979) is in the second year of her second stint as head coach at San Diego State. She led the Aztecs for eight seasons from 1989 to 1997, before returning in 2005. She has an overall head coaching record of 247-185 in 15 seasons, while she is 166-120 in 10 campaigns at SDSU.
-TCU Head Coach Jeff Mittie: Mittie is in his eighth season at TCU and has a school record of 171-81. His overall mark is 322-140 in 15 seasons as a head coach.
-TCU Series History: TCU leads the overall series 5-2, but SDSU owns the edge in games played in San Diego at 2-1 (Last: TCU def. SDSU, 83-57, in Fort Worth, Texas, Jan. 28, 2007).
-New Mexico Head Coach Don Flanagan: Flanagan is in his 12th season at New?Mexico. His school and career coaching record is 259-111.
-New Mexico Series History: New Mexico leads the series 21-13, including a 7-6 mark in San Diego. The Lobos have claimed the last 15 contests with the most recent SDSU win coming at home in 2001. (Last: New Mexico def. San Diego State, 76-46, on Jan. 315, 2007 in Albuquerque, N.M.).